Federal employees (41 - 49 of 49 items)
Problems Concerning the Federal Equal Opportunity Recruitment Program
FPCD-79-62: Published: Jun 18, 1979. Publicly Released: Jun 18, 1979.
The Federal Equal Opportunity Recruitment Program provides governmentwide recruiting policies and programs designed to eliminate underrepresentation of minorities and women in civil service employment.The problems which restrict the ability of agencies to fulfill program requirements include data collection and reporting systems, responsibility and accountability, and items not included in the Off...
Conflicting Congressional Policies: Veterans' Preference and Apportionment v. Equal Employment Opportunity
FPCD-77-61: Published: Sep 29, 1977. Publicly Released: Sep 29, 1977.
Veterans' preference in federal hiring in its present form severely limits job opportunities for those who are not veterans. It particularly diminishes the employment chances of women, since they seldom have veteran status. Apportionment of hiring by state populations has no place in a modern merit system, since it has an adverse effect on equal employment opportunity and merit principles and has...
Problems in the Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Program Need to Be Resolved
FPCD-76-85: Published: Sep 9, 1977. Publicly Released: Sep 9, 1977.
The Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Act of 1972 established guidelines for ensuring nondiscrimination and placed responsibility with the Civil Service Commission (CSC) for reviewing national and regional EEO plans submitted by departments and agencies, evaluating agency operations, and publishing progress reports.It could not be determined whether the EEO program for federal employees and job a...
Elimination of the Apportionment of Appointments in the Departmental Service in the District of Columbia
102270: May 26, 1977
H.R. 5054, which would eliminate the requirement to apportion appointments in the departmental service in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area should be enacted. The Civil Service Act provided that appointments to the competitive civil service in the District of Columbia be apportioned on the basis of population, as ascertained at the last census among the states, territories, and possessions o...
Survey of Equal Employment Opportunity Training
FPCD-77-27: Published: May 12, 1977. Publicly Released: May 12, 1977.
A survey of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) training provided to federal employees in selected agencies focused on the kinds of courses offered, selection of participants, and the evaluation of training results. The survey covered training provided in-house by the Civil Service Commission (CSC) and by other organizations to employees in the Departments of Health, Education, and Welfare's Region...
System for Processing Individual Equal Employment Opportunity Discrimination Complaints: Improvements Needed
FPCD-76-77: Published: Apr 8, 1977. Publicly Released: Apr 8, 1977.
Although the Civil Service Commission (CSC) established an extensive system for processing individual discrimination complaints, many aspects of the system need improvement.At nine federal agencies and departments, the planning and actions taken to make sure that discrimination complaint system objectives are met can be improved in several areas: (1) management commitment; (2) structure within the...
Equal Employment Opportunity 1977 National Affirmative Action Plan
101095: Feb 15, 1977
No summary is currently available...
Highlights of the EEO Advisory Council's 1977 Meeting With the Comptroller General
090885: Jan 1, 1977
No summary is currently available...
National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Equal Employment Opportunity Program Could Be Improved
FPCD-75-107: Published: Apr 16, 1975. Publicly Released: Apr 16, 1975.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO reviewed the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's (NASA) Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) affirmative action plans, focusing on: (1) hiring and promotion practices; (2) training and upward mobility programs; and (3) its discrimination complaint system.GAO noted that: (1) minorities composed 4.3 percent of NASA's total professional employees and...